Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Sri Lanka bombings

Sri Lanka bombing: 'No one can dry our tears today'

A series of coordinated bombings struck churches and hotels on Easter Sunday killing more than 200 people.

Sri Lanka bombing: 'No one can dry our tears today'

Nepal

Nepal: CK Raut joins mainstream politics averting conflict?

Raut, who had been campaigning for the secession of Madhes region, has signed a deal with the government.

Nepal: CK Raut joins mainstream politics averting conflict?

Malaysia

Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim: 'We need to focus on economy'

In an interview with Al Jazeera, Malaysia's former deputy prime minister discusses corruption and economic performance.

Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim: 'We need to focus on economy'

Taliban

Mullah Omar and the art of hiding in plain sight

Al Jazeera spoke to journalist Bette Dam, whose book says Mullah Omar was in Afghanistan until his death, not Pakistan.

Mullah Omar and the art of hiding in plain sight

New Zealand attack

40 years after escaping war, Afghan killed in Christchurch mosque

Daoud Nabi, 71, spent his life helping refugees in New Zealand and recently reflected on his own death, says his son.

40 years after escaping war, Afghan killed in Christchurch mosque

Afghanistan

'Resilience': Afghan wrestling club reopens after suicide attack

The wrestling club in Kabul reopened a few months after an ISIL attack that killed at least 20 people.

'Resilience': Afghan wrestling club reopens after suicide attack

Afghanistan

Ex-Taliban official: 'No Afghan peace deal if air raids continue'

Syed Mohammad Akbar Agha accuses President Ghani's government of 'sabotaging' talks with attacks that kill civilians.

Ex-Taliban official: 'No Afghan peace deal if air raids continue'

Afghanistan

Ex-Afghan security boss Hanif Atmar calls for all-inclusive peace

In an interview with Al Jazeera, powerful former security chief discusses his electoral bid and peace with the Taliban.

Ex-Afghan security boss Hanif Atmar calls for all-inclusive peace

Afghanistan

Afghanistan's persecuted Hazaras have little hope in peace talks

Comprising 15 percent of the population, the mostly Shia Muslim ethnic minority has long suffered targeted killings.

Afghanistan's persecuted Hazaras have little hope in peace talks

Afghanistan

'We want war to end': Afghan talks kick off in Doha

Senior Taliban leader Mullah Baradar arrives in Doha for the fifth round of peace talks with the US to end the conflict.

'We want war to end': Afghan talks kick off in Doha

Afghanistan

Afghanistan's only yoga studio: A calm oasis for war-weary women

Fakhria Momtaz, who set up a yoga hub in 2016, explains why women's wellbeing is important in a war-torn nation.

Afghanistan's only yoga studio: A calm oasis for war-weary women

Afghanistan

As key Doha talks near, Afghans hope for long-lasting peace

Afghans seek to secure women's rights and the withdrawal of US troops as they demand parties learn from mistakes.

As key Doha talks near, Afghans hope for long-lasting peace